Sadda Dosa, Bajra flour Pancake ~ 101 Dosa Varieties!

I am getting back to my dosa varieties after a long time . I thought I will attend to it with this recipe. Sadda pindi as I said, is quite a common flour at home. Athamma makes it a point that she has these at regular interval during the week. I love dosas of any type and this is no different. This finds itself at our table when we are bored with the other types of dosas. And I must say, it’s very tasty, not to say healthy!

I am down with fever and the usual other siblings of that, so I don’t’ find myself energetic to key in long stories related to this dosa, though there are quite a many stories spun around this!

Bajra flour or Sadda pindi is always stocked at home when Athamma is with us. She often makes the Roti for her lunch or these quick dosas for her breakfast. The Bajra dosas are quite filling and make a good change instead of the regular rice dosas

Sadda Dosa, Bajra flour Pancake

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Sadda Dosa, Bajra flour Pancake
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Course Breakfast, Dinner
By Cook Method Stovetop
By Diet Diabetic, Vegetarian
Dish Type Dosa Varieties, Millets
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Ingredients
For the Batter
For the Topping
Course Breakfast, Dinner
By Cook Method Stovetop
By Diet Diabetic, Vegetarian
Dish Type Dosa Varieties, Millets
Servings
Ingredients
For the Batter
For the Topping
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Instructions
  1. In a bowl, take the flours along with salt. Then slowly add the water. Mix well as not to have any lumps.
  2. Wheat flour is added just to get the pancake off the tawa, you can ignore it if you want.
  3. Heat a Tawa, grease with oil, pour a ladleful of batter over the hot tawa. Sprinkle oil around the edges, so that it comes out well. Before flipping over, garnish the onions, coriander and chillies.
  4. Then flip it over. and cook well.
  5. Serve it with gun powder or groundnut chutney.

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24 comments

  1. Happy Monday Sri. We have holiday today, waiting for the family to get up so we can go out! I got up early to catch up with blogs!:)
    Bajra dosa looks yummy, easy too. Have fun there.

  2. Feel better soon Srivalli! I can’t believe there are still more types of dosas to blog about after that big dosa round up you did 🙂

  3. Thank you everybody for your lovely comments and wishes. I am really sorry that I couldn’t acknowledge each of you! But I really appreciate you taking time to comment!

  4. Anon,The onion is added on the top when the batter is still not cooked yet. That way it will get struck to the batter. Of course you will have to handle it with care when you flip to the other side. Once done, you will have to gently press it again, this makes sure it sticks well and gets cooked properly.

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